Love Poems from Hell, by Zvi A. Sesling, is a collection of 18 poems that revolve around the passion, pain, and loss of love in one’s life. Love Poems from Hell is a chapbook that many people will relate to; love — a universal emotion experienced by all in their lifetimes.
About the Author:
Zvi A. Sesling has published poetry in numerous magazines both in print and online in ten countries. Among the publication credits are: Slant, Midstream, Main Street Rag, Prosopisia (India), Ibbetson St., Saranac Review, New Delta Review, The Chaffin Journal, Green Door (Belgium), Voices Israel (Israel) and Levure Litteraire (France). He has won several poetry prizes in Israel and was a featured poet in the Jewish Poetry Festival and at First Light Night in Brookline, MA. His poetry was used in the Spring Rain Poetry Festival on Cyprus in 2012. Sesling reviews for the Boston Small Press & Poetry Scene, is Editor of Muddy River Poetry Review and publishes Muddy River Books. He has been a featured reader in various venues in the Boston area and San Diego, and in the Massachusetts Poetry and Boston Poetry Festivals. Sesling has done readings on local cable television and radio stations and was selected by Boston Poet Laureate Sam Cornish to read at the New England PEN Discovery Reading. He is author of King of the Jungle, (Ibbetson St., 2010), a chapbook Across Stones of Bad Dreams (Cervena Barva, 2011) and a second full-length poetry book, Fire Tongue (Cervena Barva Press, 2016). He has taught at Suffolk University, Emerson College and Boston University. Sesling lives in Chestnut Hill, MA with his wife Susan J. Dechter.
26 pages, 18 poems